Saturday, March 21, 2009

Twit

As you can see in the right-hand sidebar, I'm twittering!

15 comments:

Ken Houghton said...

Between checking for the plural spelling of vulva and getting a "gift down under" from The Goat, I assume it has been a good start to the weekend.

Amy L. Hanna said...

I'm right behind you on Twitter.

Bridget Callahan said...

Welcome to the monster that will eventually make you doubt your worth as an articulate conscious being.

Erin O'Brien said...

Too late. I already doubted that. What can possibly be next!?

Argh!

Kirk Jusko said...

Two questions.

1. Is this going to cut into your blog time?

2. I don't see the connection to the red pumps, unless...I'm walking on eggshells here...it has something to do with the dirty pictures you may or may not be looking at?

Shaina said...

yay :-)

(S)wine said...

i'll follow you down into the depths of inhumanity.

philbilly said...

Leave the shoes on...

There's no place like home.

Anonymous said...

Why?

RJ

VideoDude said...

I guess, there are real problems with Twitter. There are accounts that are fake! Keith Olbermann of MSNBC said on his show the other night, that he does not have a Twitter account. Yet, there is someone on Twitter pretending to be him. When confrnted with this Twitter refused to delete the account! I wonder if that woould be considered a form of identity theft? At least, we know it is the "REAL" Erin!

Erin O'Brien said...

ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES!

Anonymous said...

If I had twitter right now I'd tell you Ann Coulter is touting her new book on Book tv and I have observed she has no ear lobes. Her ears attach directly to her jaw and her hoops dangle down. Weird. But that is the kind of thing I'd surely twitter and probably a good reason for me to avoid it.

RJ

philbilly said...

VideoDude, wouldn't that imposter be better labeled a twit?

Amy L. Hanna said...

@philbilly: Yeah, but in this case substitute that "i" for an "a".

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Am ditching Twitter. I can talk to myself without the input fields ...

philbilly said...

Amy, good one.

I don't knock the social media.
I don't get the social media.
I am old. An old rocker.

Radio stations told us when and where the Mothers of Invention were playing and Xeroxed paper flyers told us, and sometimes the cops, when there was a keg party in the ravine. Frickin' everybody would show up.

I believe digital communication is a force for democracy, that hasn't begun to reach its potential.

Every day I praise the geeks and nerds for their innovations.

I had a delightful brunch today with a wonderful, intelligent woman. No binary simulation could ever compare.